Our ‘Topic of the Month’ in October will be, ‘Raynaud's Phenomenon'
Raynaud’s phenomenon is a condition in which the small blood vessels in the extremities (fingers, toes, nose, ears) are over-sensitive to changes in temperature. About 20-30% of lupus patients develop Raynaud’s phenomenon as a secondary condition.
We would really love to hear your tips and experiences about this condition. Do you have any clever ways of preventing Raynaud's attacks? Is there a product that you couldn't live without during the winter months?
Let us know all of your tips and experiences and we’ll compile them at the end of the month for an article. Please share in the comments section below, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The article itself will be posted on the LUPUS UK Blog at lupusuk.org.uk/category/blog/
All submissions will be anonymised.